Introduction to Medomol Oral Suspension

It is a pediatric formulation with 120 milligrams of paracetamol, sometimes referred to as acetaminophen, per 5 milliliters. It is frequently used to lower fever and treat mild to moderate childhood discomfort.

How Medomol Oral Suspension Works?

When prostaglandins, which are molecules that cause fever, pain, and inflammation, are produced in the brain, paracetamol works by blocking their production. Both temperature and pain are lowered by this action.

How To Use Medomol Oral Suspension

  • Dosage: The age and weight of the kid determine the dosage.
  • Administration: Give the bottle a good shake before using it.

Special Precautions About Medomol Oral Suspension

  • Don't take more than the prescribed amount because doing so can harm your liver.
  • If the child has any medical issues, including liver illness, let your doctor know.
  • Keep out of children's reach to avoid unintentional overdosing.

Benefits Of Medomol Oral Suspension

  • Lowers children's fever.
  • Relieves mild to moderate pain, including toothaches, headaches, and pain from colds and the flu.

Side Effects Of Medomol Oral Suspension

  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • liver damage
  • Allergic reactions
  • Hypertension

What If I Missed A Dose Of Medomol Oral Suspension

Give the missed dose as soon as you recollect it. Don't take the missing dose if the next one is almost here. Do not take two doses to make up for missed dose.
 

FAQS

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Q. Can I give my child Medomol and ibuprofen together?

Ibuprofen and Medomol are safe painkillers which can be given to children, though both should not be used together. If you have given your child Medomol and there is no improvement in pain and the child still feels feverish, try ibuprofen instead for the next scheduled dose.

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Q. Can I give Medomol syrup to my child for a cold?

Medomol along with relieving fever also helps in controlling problems associated with cold such as headache and earache. It also helps relieve stuffy nose and cough but should only be used after doctor’s advice.

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Q. How often can I give Medomol to my child?

You should only give four doses of Medomol in 24 hours. Maintain a gap of at least 4 hours between two doses. Do not give Medomol for more than 3 days to your child without first talking to your doctor.

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Q. Is Medomol an antibiotic?

No, Medomol is not an antibiotic. It works as a painkiller and as a medicine which brings down high fever.

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Q. Does Medomol make babies sleepy?

No, Medomol does not make babies sleepy. It is a pain relieving medicine which is used to control high fever.

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Q. Is Medomol safe for children?

Medomol is considered safe for children only when used as directed by the doctor.

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Q. When will my child feel better after taking Medomol?

Usually, your child will feel better after about half an hour of taking Medomol. Consult your doctor if the fever persists.

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Q. What if my child vomits after taking Medomol?

If your child vomits within30 minutes of taking a dose of Medomol tablets or syrup, give him/her the same dose again. However, if your child vomits after 30 minutes of taking a dose of tablets or syrup, you do not need to give him/her another dose. You can give your child the next scheduled dose on its defined time.

Similar Medicine Of Medomol Oral Suspension

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Safety Advice For Medomol Oral Suspension

check for risk indication explain below.

  • High risk
  • Moderate risk
  • Safe

Liver

Patient with Liver disease should use this medicine with caution.

Kidney

Patient with kidney disease should use this medicine with caution.

Liver

Patient with Liver disease should use this medicine with caution.

Kidney

Patient with kidney disease should use this medicine with caution.

Health And Lifestyle

Make sure the child drinks plenty of water, especially if they have a fever. Keep your food well-balanced to promote general health. Make sure the child has a warm place to relax and recover. Regularly check the child's temperature and contact a medical professional if there are any concerns or if the fever doesn't go down.

Drug Interaction

  • Blood thinners like Warfarin
  • Anticonvulsants like Phenytoin, Carbamazepine
  • Other medications containing paracetamol

DRUG FOOD INTERACTION

  • N/A

Disease Explanation

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Children frequently experience fever as a consequence of infections, vaccinations, or other illnesses. Additionally, a number of conditions, such as teething, small accidents, or infections, can cause mild to moderate pain. For the safe and effective management of these symptoms in pediatric patients, paracetamol is commonly utilized.

Update on: Saturday, 15 June, 2024

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